Re: Macros and multiple computers
On Jul 17, 12:38 pm, Catriona R <catrionarNOS...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Just a word of warning for anyone who occasionally logs on from another
computer - it's very possible for the server side macros to decide to
use your old macros stored on an old computer and just wipe your nice
new macros out... as just happened to me, sigh. Fortunately I include
WoW settings in my usual system backups so had a recent enough copy that
I could use to rescue them but argh, great implementation there. So yeah
if anyone has WoW on more than one pc, I advise backing up your macros
Thanks for the tip, will be doing this next chance I get.
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